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post #21 of 32
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-Mouse is strictly claw grip; palm gripping will lead to often accidental clicks as LB/RB can be depressed easily from far back of the shell (close to where your inner knuckles should be when palm gripping, YMMV tho as i have small-ish hands)

Yeah, this mouse is strictly for those with somewhat larger hands because for me it's absolutely comfortable despite having gorilla-like hands. If you're looking for something similar to an official WMO you better buy another WMO and stick with it.

This model is for the giants out there, which is what's required because there are already so many models made for people with smaller hands and it's about time for us lot, to enjoy something suitable.
post #22 of 32
How is the feeling of weight/weight balamce? Has anyone found pcb pics? Im actually interested in it given the height/width.
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Yeah, this mouse is strictly for those with somewhat larger hands because for me it's absolutely comfortable despite having gorilla-like hands. If you're looking for something similar to an official WMO you better buy another WMO and stick with it.

This model is for the giants out there, which is what's required because there are already so many models made for people with smaller hands and it's about time for us lot, to enjoy something suitable.

Mr Elrick, does the mouse feel heavy to lift? Have you tried to remove any of the side pcbs, do you have any estimation how much they weigh/affect weight balance?
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post #24 of 32
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How is the feeling of weight/weight balamce? Has anyone found pcb pics? Im actually interested in it given the height/width.

http://www.test-gear.pl/testy-i-recenzje/myszki/asus-strix-claw/
post #25 of 32
Got this mouse at amazon.de for 37 Euros - which is a pretty good or maybe the best price for a 3310 sensor mouse.

One can read a lot of criticism about the mouse - and it's all right.

Cons I observed:

- feet loose when arriving and one slightly rippled

- scrollwheel scratching when pressing right mouse button at same time

- no stable 1000Hz or 500Hz when using the mouse tester from this forum
had the same problem with a SS Rival with same sensor but not with a Fireglider Optical which uses the entry level/cheap: PixArt PAW3305DK

- both buttons loose and rattling like a 5$ mouse - many say the overall plastic feels cheap

- left mouse button has two click sounds, one when slightly touching and not even pressing the button - but when you press, you hear both consecutively

- scroll wheel button way too hard to press (harder than the G502 metal button), I have to cramp my whole arm to get enough pressure on that thing - one will avoid to use it, for example to open browser tabs because it's very uncompfortable

- they advertise the angled mouse cable to not scratch on the mousepad - very good idea - but totally screwed: it comes out of the mouse at a high place but leads downward instead of upward so it's even worse than a normal cable because you can't bend it upward. It will scratch with it's braid on the mousepad or the edge of it.

- and now: the software, very bad: one can not set angle snapping or acceleration like for the SS Rival, you can not customize any LED light settings/effects, only on or off, while on for the logo means only breathing effect for the logo - which is ultra annoying - so you have to keep it off.

- to use the software you have to keep those autostart entries enabled, they have like 10 "subentries" in the autostart - never ever saw this from any software to have so many!

- when you close the software window, the tray icon will stay (which is fine), but if you just close the tray icon (like for Steam), the software window will stay open - never ever saw this from any software! you always have to close both.

- when first flashing the firmware, it got corrupted and mouse cursor was always stopping and stuttering, maybe because I had the software window open - had to flash again with closed software (tray and window - see above).

But: I might keep it for the 37 Euros. Too lazy to send it back. I already had a G502 and a Steelseries Rival - there seems to be no perfect mouse.

The shape is pretty good and the sensor too - and I don't have to use the software after setting the dpi steps and Hz.
Edited by softskiller - 2/26/16 at 7:13pm
post #26 of 32
Would you might be able to post a image to show what the graph looked like at 1000hz?
post #27 of 32
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Would you might be able to post a image to show what the graph looked like at 1000hz?

I disabled C-States in BIOS and used high performance energy scheme for this test. And no other programs running.

With the low cost Fireglider mouse it would be just a line of dots at 1ms = 1000Hz (with some deviation)

The SS Riva also had those dots at 2ms = 500Hz but less than this Asus mouse.


Edited by softskiller - 2/26/16 at 1:58pm
post #28 of 32
Well then. That's pretty bad. Thankfully not Scimitar bad(aka not useable).

Are the D2F-01 switches advantages on the left and right mouse buttons apparent? Or does the shoddy shell qc & design muck it all up?

How are the side buttons? They apparently chose Omron 3M's for the side buttons.
post #29 of 32
Wow, this mouse is bad, what's up with this jitter at the default DPI steps?
Would only use at 400 dpi in games, but this mouse has serious issues and goes back.



Tested this in paint on two computers, so it's not a USB thing on my side.
Edited by softskiller - 2/26/16 at 7:21pm
post #30 of 32
lol i thought something similar when i saw test-gear.pl's review earlier today.

here's their paint image.



So it's not limited to just your unit it seems.
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